Welcome to Stemiverse Podcast episode 17.
In this episode, Dr Peter Dalmaris talks with Dr Steve Brodie.
Steve has over 20 years’ experience in research and development, commercialisation and open innovation within corporate research and development laboratories (multinational and SME) and University technology transfer offices. He is a creative intrapreneur with a proven ability to recognise innovation opportunities and to create and implement solutions to go after them.
A core theme throughout Steve's career has been innovation and, in particular, how individuals and organisations can collaborate to identify innovation opportunities, develop new ideas and innovate.
Currently, Steve is the Executive Manager, Innovation at CSIRO, Australia's premiere research organisation. ON is Australia's national science and technology accelerator specialising in assisting researchers from the fields of science and technology working on projects that have the potential to shape Australia's future.
In this interview, we discuss Open Collaborative and Wicked innovation, classroom-friendly ways to foster innovative thinking, Lady Bird science books, the continuum between school student and a University career as a researcher, problem-solving and much more.
This is Stemiverse Podcast episode 17.
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